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Basic Cable Preachers Release Official Video For “Tomorrow’s Gone”

Basic Cable Preachers have released their newest video for brand new single “Tomorrow’s Gone”.

Basic Cable Preachers combine modern-psych with huge pop hooks, think The 1975 meets Tame Impala. The swirly visuals and other worldly performance elements help to take these comparisons to the next level.

“Tomorrow’s Gone is a bit of an evolution for us as a band, sonically and thematically. The video is an abstract representation of that transformation.” – Patrick Schlafer

Basic Cable Preachers have been making a name for themselves, in their home state of Ohio, as a must see indie-rock act. The band spent the later half of 2015 touring their debut album “Ma” that they recorded in Cleveland with the help of producer Jim Wirt (Incubus, Fiona Apple). The album is an electronic-roots-rock-20-something anthem, with songs of heartache, “Lapis Lazuli” depression, “Laura” and forgiveness, “Knew You”. Opening up for acts such as July Talk, The Royal Concept and American Aquarium to name a few, they have proven to be a genre-bending band that can take on any audience and make them their own.

So far, 2016 has proven to be a year of reinvention for Basic Cable Preachers. The addition of drummer Tyler Birch has proven to be pivotal in the evolution of the band. Birch has brought, along with his refined talent, a fresh set of ears to the mix and a desire to push the band to create the best songs they can. With this new tenacity Basic Cable Preachers have been in and out of one of Cleveland’s premier studios, Crushtone/Vuture Visions Studio, exploring the depths of their creativity and ingenuity. Unlike their freshman record Ma, the band is now diving into larger soundscapes, incorporating more synthesizer as well as orchestral instruments, giving each song a deeper pool for the listener to fall into.



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